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AN ARCHITECT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

AN ARCHITECT. THERE is an excellent story on re cord, of an architect repudiating any connection with the building frater nity, in the case of the late eminent and talented Mr. Alexander, the ar chitect of Rochester Bridge, and several other fine buildings in the county of Kent.. He was under cross-examination, in a special jury cause at Maidstone, by Sergeant afterwards Baron - Garrow, who wished to detract the weight of his testimony, and who, after asking him what was his name, proceeded thus: You are a builder, I believe ? No sir--I am not a.huilder-I am an architect. Ah, well ! Architect or builder, builder or architect; they are much the same, I suppose ? I beg your pardon, sir-I cannot admit that: 1 consider them to be totally, different. Oh, indeed! perhaps you will state wherein the great difference con sists ? An architect, sir, prepares the plans, conceives the designs, draws out the specifications-in short, sup plies the mind. The builder is merely the bricklayer or the ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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RUNNING THE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

RUNNING THTE GATE. Wi fiMF T eelienber a wintry niight, y ir ago Alar e sleigh, tatehipse ,,,ard~a jovialo lrty of our;" started tut from II just ait daik, solely for running the 'ates on the long turnpike before u:. Then, it 'as coinsidered" a .fn. tling?,and one to be boasted ,f among some of the youri men. t) be able, either through stratigem, or- tIe car I essness of the keeper, to pass the gate with out paying the usual toll. Even in the present d.ay the idea is not obsolete. A smooth shining track, a clear frosty, moonlit iair,.ri.bes and bells in profusion-what cared we for principle ? Not a whit; and away we went as merry and reck less a company as ever sinned "just for the, fun off it." What .a glorious ride.! You who bend over cruimpled bills, "and thumbed ledgers,'and crouch by gold burdened safes; and you crowding by miarble raantels, and treading rich carpets, and dreium ing over works of art ; you, boy and girl, barefooted in the clamp streets.; and, you, seamstress, i...

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New York, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

New York, 21st January. The Confederates have been defeated in Kentucky with heavy losses on both sides. Qongress has appropriated six mnillij.:ns dollars for fortifications. An attack. on Norfllk is cx pected: All persons in military service have been ordered to hold them selves in readiness. Theatrical anecdotes are generally very stupid-so are most other time dotes-and one hates to see a p .irty getting into his auecdotage. What is the good, for instance, of telling this story? An actress, who is a very great favourite with the gallery, was being complimented in the green tn:r upon the blackness of her hair. Why, it l.Wved," she replied, with the amiable frankness of the true artist. " Dyed," repeated the other speaker, "Why, favourite as you are, you are not yet five-and-twenty." -No,'" said the lady, -" but you know, ' Whom the gods love dye young.' Miserable people-: Young ladies with new bonnets on rainy Sundays, and dresses paiying dip dip at every step. A witness-in a bribe...

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[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Latest from London. ARRIVAL OF SLIDDEL AND MASON. COLONISATION OF FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

CFnn ELECTRI[C TELEGRtAi'I.] Latest fronif' LddAfb1, AltRIVALAJFSLTIDDEI; AND'MASOR? COLONISATION OF FIJI. THiE following telegrams,: .copied from the Empire, have been re ceived ; via Malta and Alexan-= dria: Loridor, January 31st. The Vict r:un Loan has been successful. There were nine hundred tenders, for over six millions sterling. The official minimum was 102. The average price realised was 10?, quoted at three-eighths pre inium-, and. old 106k. Thje Confederate Envoys ai' rived at Southampton on Wed nesday. - r Their reception was quiet. Mr. Slidell has gone to Pnris. The speech of the, Eniperor Napoleon gives satisfaction. A private telegram received by a gentleman in Sydney, dated London, 31st January, and for wardefl via Malta ancdAleexandria states that her Majesty was still at the Isle of Wight, and that her health was improving. The same telegram also states that the Cabinet had resolved on the acceptance of the sovereignty of the Fiji Islands, andithat im me:liate steps...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

UNUSUAL TREAT! AT THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, QUEANBEYAN. PROFESSOR BENNETI'CLAY, So favourably known a'I then modern MYSTERIARCHI ST, And his Trou~pe of : ITALIAN MARIONETTES Will perform This Evening (Saturday}, and Monday, March .24th. Reserved Seats, 4/. Back Seats, 2/ ; Children, 1/.' AtB UTNGEND ORE(Carroll's In), Veflnesday, and Thursday, March 26th and 27th. ADVANCE, AUSTRALIA! Queen. VTictoriai, Inn, . QUEANBEYAN. -0-O N LAZARUS, ,having succeeded lu in obtaining the transfer of .Mr. I'. ROYAL's license for the above Inn, begs to as sure the customers of his predecessor, his own friends; and the public at large, that it is his flia determination *to spare no pains or ex pense to conduct the business of this establish inent so as to secure for it the name of a FIRST-RATE HOSTELRIE. Those who favour him with a call will find that both " THE BAR, THE DOMESTIC ARRANGEMENTS, AND THE STABLING, are such as shall render perfect satisfaction, and secure a continuance of public patronage, ...

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Country News. BOMBALA DISTRICT COURT. [COMMUNICATED.] MONDAY, MARCH 10TH, 1862. Before His Honor Judge Callaghan. Messrs. Templeton and Freestone, attorneys; and a jury of tour. Chopin v. Ashenheim. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

(attnti'l n llS.t bi BOMIBALA DISTRICT COURT. - 'S M1 DAY, MAUCH 10uie 1802. i Before His Honor Judge Callaghan. Messrs. Templeton and Freestone, attorneys; and f` a jury of tour. Chopino. Aslienheim. u Mr. Freestone, for plaintiff; Mr. Templeton, s for defendant. u . This was an action for slander, damages n" laid at £200, arising out of the death of plain- u tiff's wife. The words were,-that the bodyo' S his wife, meaning the late Mrs. Chopin, being a cold and rigid, death must have been produced fi by violence, or some preparation of strych- a nine, as nux vomica; that death existed many 1 hours before he (Dr. Ashenheim) was called in; and that it was not possible for Mrs. C Chopin or any other woman to go through the s window-of the surgery without sweeping off s all the bottles that were on the table, at the a table was a fixture: and thereby inducing t people to believe that the late Mrs. Choirin tj died either by violence or poison administered n by the plaintiff. fi The defe...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

1%hnpo' ifining.g . fts (From tha "Government-Gazette, AlMr hl&th) At 0UNDAROO, on the 0th March,Jfrom Easter Mcad, by AMr. J. J. Pascer, for trespass in lucerne paddockc: dam ages 2s. each : One black horse SL near shoulder, near hind heal white, saddle and collar marked, while spot under girth; one brown horse near shoulder, black points. If not released, will be sold on the 4th April. 11'. AFFLECK, 1ouudkeeper. At YASS, on the 3rd of March, from Belle rYale by Michael Cusack; damages and driving 4/3 each: One black bullock, rake brand near ribs, J11 conjoined rump ; one red bullock T'.K. ribs, 4 rump ; one strawberry bullock, PK of runp ; one red bullock, B -S near rumpp; one strawberry bullock, JA off rump; one brindle bullock, JO near rump,; near ribs; one black bullock, 7. Y. near rump; one red bullock, 11. Y. off ribs, J off rump; one while bullock, JEB (the JE conjoined) off rump, JO near ribs; one spotted bullock, 0.WI. with-DJB over and 0 under of rump, .DB off rib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

BOOKS, EOOKS. GEORGE ROBERTSON'S New General Catalogue IS NOW READY,.184 pages 80o, price 1/. - 'posted,,l/6. JJ HISiCatalogue; gives-. the 'title, 'sze, and price of. all the new and stan dard books lin' overy.departmeit ;of, literature,, on sale by G. R., andi is so arranged as to form a very useful ntaniaI Tfto intendingpurchasers or books. oGEORGE ROBERTSON; Importer of 1 Books and Stationery, 383, George-street, and 6D, Elizabeth-street, Melboorne. NEWMARKET . HORSE -REPOSITORY. Gilbert and Co., AUCTIONEERS AND' COMMISSION AGENTS, Hold DAILY SALES of HORSES and : CARRIAGES, Opposite the School' of Arts. PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. 0. B. EBSWORTH, produce Auctioneer AND WDOOL = OKE CIRCULAR QUAY; SYDNEY. ,1-* Advnncow made on Produceo sent for Sale or Shtipraent. To Storekeepers, Squatters, Families, Hotel Proprietoi's, &o. J. BARLOW. BEGS to inform the above, and other large consumeis; that he has al wvys in stock large supplies of'all kinds of Groceries, fit for station use a...

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AMERICAN AND BRITISH NEWS. EFFECT OF THE CONCESSION OF THE BRITISH DEMANDS IN NEW YORK.—PROGRESS OF THE CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

AMERICAN AND BRITlSH NEWS.         EFFECT OF THE CONCESSION OF THE BRITISH DEMANDS IN NEW YORK.—PROGRESS OF THE CIVIL WAR. THE decision arrived at by the Govern- ment to restore Messrs. Mason and Slidell and their Secretaries has had a favourable effect on the public mind in New York. It removed a load of care from men's spirits, and restored a degree of elasticity which was noticeable in every department of trade. The pub- lic pulse beat more evenly than it had done for five or six weeks before. The Stock Exchange felt the influence, and gave evidence of it in an advance in the price of Government securities and a general movement in stocks. Even those who held that the action of Gene- ral Wilkes was legal and justifiable felt gratified that the administration enter- tained a somewhat different idea, and that it found a mode of postponing war without subjecting the nation to humili- ation and disgrace. The New York Herald says :—"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

"4 merciyn1 man isamercwffi to his beast." IT is universallyaidinitted that no preparation is equal. t9 the far-lamed 4;1 Row's Ehbrocaftiuiit or Thr for wounds of every dbscidptihn,'nnd nn owner of HORSES or CATTLE should be withouit a bottle of it in the stable. The cost of it is trifling. and the old adage should be rrememn bared,- ltitch in lime sares nine." Piepared solely by the priprietors T. & E, ROW, wholesale druiggists, Bnnk'-caurt; King-street, Sydney, and sold by every store keeper throughout the colony. Price 3/6' per bottle. Remittances in Postage Stamps' P ARTIES residing ot. ( distance, and indebted to the Proprietor of 'this journal in small sums under £1, are informed that in such cases payment can ieo made in twopenny or penny postage stamps,, but no other stamps will be received, A One Pound Note F orwarded to the Proprietor of this Journal, will ensure its trans mission through the post to any address with in the Colonies for Twelve Months. The GOLDEN A...

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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

LETTERS. Tomn Letters-Not exrceding j or, 14; exceeding 'o or, bot not exceeding too. lid; and 2d extra for every uddi. Ilonai ounce or traction of rn ounce. Country Letters-Not exceeding ' or, 2d; exceeding } ox, but not exceeding 1 or. 4d; and "1d every odditional onaco or frantion of on orncr. Colonial, inter-Cotonial, and Foreign Letters (except in special cases given)-Not exceeding o or. ad; and Oi extra for every additional half-ornce, or fraction of hall-ounco. Letterstoand from the UnitedKingdomo.-Not exceeding } or, 641; exceeding half.ounea hat not excoedil;g one ounce, Is. extra for orery additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. PACKETS AND BOONS. Packets of Gold transmitted woithin the Coloy,.-Not exceeding k or, 4d; exceeding half-ounce lint not exceed. hng I no, Si;; o;n 8:1 extra for evary add.tionnl ounoo or fraction of on ounce. Book Parcels for .lfaloa, Gihralter, and the United King. dam-Not exceeding 4 ors. 44; not exmrrdin;'o Iii. 84 ; ant R0 extra for every ad...

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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. Cutting with intent. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

lotant pafen4llgantq. POLICE COURT. Cutting with intent. On Monday a man named Anthony Noon   was brought before the court charged with feloniously cutting one Robert Roper, with   intent. The case occupied the attention of   the court the whole of the day, and at a late hour was adjourned for further hearing to the   next morning. From the evidence, the sub- stance of which is given in a condensed man- ner below, the case appears to be of the most atrocious character. The complainant was a sawyer, living at Uriarra, and the accused also a sawyer, was in his employ as a mate.   He was defended by Mr. Freestone. The assault was committed on Sunday, the 16th of February last; but there was an alterca- tion on the Friday before, occasioned by the want of bread for dinner, when the accused desired to break his engagement with com- plainant. On the next day, he asked com- plainant to measure the stuff they had cut; it was 2...

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GININDERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 22 March 1862

GININDER RA. A cricket match between the Gininderra and Gundaroo elevens took place at Glninderra on Mondaylast, with the following results:-. Gininderra, first innings 68, second innings 94, total, 157; Gundaroo, first innings 61, second innings 97, total 168. Gundaroo winning with one wicket to spare. It was throughout a very well contested and close match, and as usual between these two elevens, corried on in the most agreeable and friendly spirit, the losers only being .eager to meet their conquerers again as soon as possible. The Gininderra. eleven, it is said, lost this match through bad fielding, and unfortunately their regular long stop was absent, and their substitute very in different. March 20th, 1862. A man in the employ of Mr. Henderson, of Hurdle Flat, discovered, near Rocky Point, a human skeleton, overgrown with grass, and the bones partly, charred, as from the effects of a bush fire: ip vestige of clothing. was near the remains, vhieh have been brought into Becohwor...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collector, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

POBTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Colleotor, Gudaroo, Gininderra, and . ueanbeyan. Leave Goulburn every Yedacsday anil Saturday at 6 a.m., arriving at Collector at 0 a.m., ut'Gundaroo at Ip m:, at Ginlnderam at 4.45 p.m., and at Quamnbeyan at 6.30 p.m. nil the same days, Leave Quennbeyan every Sunday and Thursday, at 5 a.m., arriving at Gininderra at i a.m., at Gundaroo at 11 a.m., at Collector at 2 p.m, and at Goulburn at 6 p.m., on the same days. Queanbeyan, Micalago. Bunyan, and Cooma. Leave Quennbcyan every Monday, Wednesday, and Satur. day at 10 na.m., arriving at Micalago, at 4 p-m., and de parting thence at 4.30 p.m., arriving at 11 p-m., on the same days, and at Cooma at 1 a.m. on the following days. Leave Cooma on Sundays,Tuesdays, and Fridnys, at 6 p.m., arriving at Bunyan at 7 p-m. on the samre days, and at Micalago at 1 a.m., and Queanbeyan at 8 a-me. on the following days. Boro, Bungendore, and Queanboyan. Leave Boro on Mondisy, Wednesday, and Saturday, at 1, a.m., arrivin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

HOLLOWAnY' PILLS.-- Billiotns affec tions induced by atmospheric changes, or too liberal diet, should be checked at once, or serious consequences may ensue. When any one finds his ideas less clear than usual, his "eyesight dim med, and his head dizzy, which indis pose him for all exertion physical.or mental, he may be quite sure that he is in immediate need of some cooling and purifying medicine. Let him send at once for a box of Holloway's Pills, which will free him from his sufferings, and sppedily renew his usual healthful feelings. "If the bowels be iritable Hol lowaiiy's Ointment should be rubbed over the stomnach and liver every night and morning; it will wonderfully aug ment the corrective power of the Pills. The Treasury, New South Wales, 12th February, 1862. DELAY, and not unfrequently wrong delivery, being caused by'the faulty and incomplete manner in which many letters are addressed, the public are requested to Ie careful when addressing their letters, to write thereon th...

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COTTON PLANTERS AND THEIR SLAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

COTTON PLANTERS AND TI-EIR SLAVES. MANY of the richest planters in South Carolina have summer re sidences in this lovely city of Beaufort; I entered, amongst others, those of Colonel Rhett, Dr. Elliot, Mr. Barnewall, Colo nel Chishohn, and more whose names have escaped me. Judg ing of these buildings, their in ternal fittings, and the furniture, Southern civilisation must greatly resemble thatof Russia. I looked in vain foi the homes of a middle class; the houses were either pa laces or hovels; the abodes of luxury or the haunts of want and filth. The luxury itself is pecu liar;. it is' Eastern in extrava gance, but totally devoid of the comfort with which Europeans and lAmericans in the free states surround their homes. Baths I found in very few houses, water closets were still more rare; but the medicine room presented a new feature. 'I found such an apartment, or a cupboard con taining the drugs and chemicals, in nearly every house. I learnt it is the custom of the slave owners t...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

(From the 'Government Gazelte, Mlarch 18th) At YASS, on the 12th March, from iellevale, by Mr. M. Cusack; damages and driving 8/6 each: One bay colt, hind leg fractured, Jover £K near shoulder; one brown mare, M near shoul der; one brown marc, near fetlock white, small blaoe, like CK or CS near shoulder; one ches nut filly, blaze, off fore fetlock white, H off ribs; one bay horse, broken down in near fore leg, PK near shoulder,-damages and driving 4/8. Also, same day, from Manton's Creek, by Mr. Al. Canty; damages and driving 14s. : One roan colt, IIH near shoulder. If not released within 24 days from date of publication, will be sold. J. HAROLD, Poundkeeper. At KEl ILIVORT!I, _Yass, on the 6th March, from WTargrave, by iMr. George Hillier; damages and driving £5 2s. 6d.: One dark chesnut entire, large star, near fore and both hind feet white, saddle and collar marked, small blotch brand near shoulder, like IV side ways near ribs, TE off ribs; notice.sent to sup posed owner. Also on...

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THE MADMAN AND THE STEAM ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

THE 31ADAIAN AND THE STEAM 3 ENGINE. From Sir John Barrow's Autobiography. Tntr first discoverer, as we Englishmen deem him to be, of the power of steamn for moving weights, lifting water, &c., 9 as welles of its locomotive power, hls, in later times, been a subject of doubt and dlispute.' Not only has the story of the Marquis of Worcestor, as told by himself, been called in questioti, but the French, even before his time, and MI. Arago in our own time, have claimed the discovery for another, one Saloron de Caus, a celebrated efigineer in the time of Louis XIII., to whom he dedi cated a book, published in 1615, entitled, "An account of Moving Forces, with va rious Machines as well for Use as for Plasure." Th'is work is unduhbtedly prior, by nearly half a century to Wor cester's Century of Inventions, which was not published till 1663. This would prove nothlaig against the marquis's dis covery unless De CaOnus hs mentioned steam among his "nmoving forces," of which I profetss...

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The Golden Age. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

SATURDAY, .nARCH 29, 1862. .- - WE find it necessary to revert to the subject of our mail arrange meTnts. Provoking as wero the changes effected a few weeks back iii:the, table regulating the arrival and departurg, of the Queanbeyan mails, the POSTMASTER G'ENERAL lias issued instructions within the, last week to the effect tha~ the Goulburn and Queanbbyar mail via Gunclaroo, shall e.rive and .depart as formerly, that is, arriving on Wednesdays and Saturdays and de parting on Thursdays and Sundays ; thus, whatever advantages may thereby be given to others, leaving to Queanbeyan a far worse condition than existed before there was any change at all. -: The reason for re turning to the old system is explained thus : Our Goulburn contempora ries were loud in their remonstrances at the uncalled for alterations, wlhich very seriously damaged their inter ests by interfering with the prompt. circulations of the news supplied by them to that portion of the Southern districts lying on this sid...

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THE PARISIAN PRESS UPON THE DEATH OF PAINCE ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

THE PARISIAN P,RESS .UPQN4,THE - DEATH-OF PAINCE ALBERT. The Zmniteur speaks in thefielhtd ing words tof Prince Albert's 'death':4-: Tlis mournful event, this fate so sudden nnd-prq muture. must plunge into the deepest grief the august Qiueen of Great Britain. the Royal family, and the whole 'of the British nation. The Emperor, the Imperial: thnily. and the whole French people will partici ,itae with all their sympathies in that grief aind mourning." The Cnastitutionnel saiv:--" Withdrawn by his position from active political li'e. Prince Albert brought to bear upon arts, letters, industry; nndl'igriculture, the activity of a comprehensive and cultivated intellect. In his sphere his life was fruitful, an.l his influence was widely felt-indeed .there will remain memorable r;aces of it in contempo rary history. To his initiative were due the great universal exhibitin 'of 1851, and the Art Treasure Exposeition of M?mntihester. Flis death will strike with an inconsolable grief the Royal...

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